Desktop/Wallmount Chassis for ATX/MicroATX Motherboard with Dual Hot-Swap 3.5" Drive Bays



  • Shockproof drive bays - One 5.25", 2 hot-swap 3.5" and 1 internal 3.5"
  • Lockable front door to prevent unauthorized access
  • LED indicators for system fault detection
  • Bidirectional to mount chassis on the wall or workbench
  • Built-in Intelligent System Module enabling whole system fan control and remote manageability



Physical Characteristics
Weight 12.8 kg (28.2 lb)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 200 x 320 x 480 mm (7.9" x 12.6" x 18.9")
Front I/O Interface
USB2.0 2
Air Filter Yes
Fan 1 (12 cm/73.8 CFM) + 1 (6 cm/21.2 CFM)
Operational Temperature 0 ~ 40° C (32 ~ 104° F)
Non-Operational Temperature -20 ~ 60° C (-4 ~ 140° F)
Disk Drive Bay
5.25 External Bay 1
Hot-swap 2
LED Indicators Power, HDD, temperature, fan
Front Panel Power, HDD, Temp, Fan
Power Supply
Power Supply -

Application: Predictive Maintenance System for Screw and Nut Manufacturer

With a high production capacity n per year, the company depends highly on automated manufacturing equipment. Previously, experienced technicians had to literally listen to the equipment and identify the source of a problem when a machine would make unusual noises. To be more efficient, the company invested in predictive maintenance.


IPC-7130 chassis with an AIMB- 786 motherboard (featuring a Core i7 CPU), a PCIE-1810 analog multi-function card (500-KS/s, 12-bit, 16-channel), and a customized PCLD-8712SSO signal-conditioning terminal block.

The operation of the overall system is as follows: a piezoelectric sensor is installed in the forming machine to monitor the stamping waveform to determine the degree of deterioration of the die in order to ensure timely replacement. The key performance indicator that the company sought to improve by implementing the predictive maintenance system was the availability rate.

Following installation of the system, the screw forming machines used by the company can now accurately detect the status of each die, and the likelihood of equipment failure has been significantly reduced.